Disclosure: The scarf in this post was provided to me. All thoughts and opinions about it are completely my own.
I don’t think it is any secret I love pretty and bold color combinations. When this beautiful silk scarf arrived I was immediately thrilled to see the purple, green, and grey colors swirled together in this hand-painted print. I decided to mimic the color palette with my pencil skirt, pumps, and cardigan in a look I wore to the office earlier this week. I thought my brooch would also mirror the colors nicely as well as keep my side knot in place.
This lovely silk scarf was made by Patricia, one of the artisans whose works are showcased by Uno Alla Ulta. Each scarf is dyed and then water marbled in small batches with rich pigments. They are also hand stitched and made from 100 % Habotai silk. Because of the way these scarves are made, each one is unique, with no two pieces ever being exactly alike.
Scarf – c/o Uno Alla Volta
Cardigan – Ava James
Top – Worthington
Skirt – Worthington
Shoes – Nine West
Brooch – Napier
It is still too warm here to wear my wool scarves yet. so this was a great way to add a splash of color to my look without the additional heat. Patricia included a scarf tying guideline with this and I am looking forward to trying some of the suggestions in the coming weeks.
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Lisa of Coast to Coast looks fabulous in her olive pants and gorgeous top. This is a transitional look I would copy in a heartbeat!
Love, love, love this look from Shelbee on the Edge! Gorgeous dress and perfect styling. Oh, and it’s also an olive look, which is so on trend for fall.